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  • stock4mee stock4mee May 19, 2007 11:40 AM Flag

    Write the FCC-HELP SIRI MERGER APPROVAL, I've done the work...

    In order to help this merger get through, take a minute and follow these steps:

    FILL OUT THIS FCC FORM (HAVE YOUR FRIENDS DO IT TOO)

    Here is the link:

    http://gullfoss2.fcc.gov/prod/ecfs/upload_v2.cgi


    where it says "Proceeding" at the top of the form highlighed in blue type in the docket # 07-57

    Fill in your info, Name etc,

    Then in their comment box, you can use a sample letter like this (do a "cut & paste"):

    Dear Sirs,

    I have been a Sirus and XM subscriber for many years. I was thrilled when Mr. Karmizin and Parsons made the announcement of the proposed merger of XM and Sirius radio. I believe, if approved, it will be the GREATEST move for the consumer . A merged company will allow customers choice, better pricing, ala carte programming, etc. The merged company will offer EVERY incentive to improve content, add services, and further, control subscription prices. The merged company would benefit all. Satellite radio provides content that commercial radio can not legally broadcast and as such is in DIRECT competition. The NAB has gone to great lengths to �squash� this merger��.Why? I contend that it is because of the competitive nature of the two entities. I would ask that you approve and grant a license to the merged company, SIRI/XM and allow consumers their freedom�Their freedom to choose, ONE SATELLITE RADIO COMPANY. The competition is fierce (e.g. broadcast radio, iPods, slackers, internet radio, wi-fi devices, cellphones, the list of �new technologies� goes on and on!). Please let this merger happen for the sake of the consumer!

    Thank you for taking your valuable time to consider my request.

    Sincerely,


    Then hit the button send to FCC

    BINGO.......All these letters help!

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